Over the weekend, Donald Trump put a spotlight on Sweden during his Florida campaign rally by making comments about a terrorist attack that never happened.
Lamenting about recent attacks abroad, the president referenced an incident that occurred "last night in Sweden" — later clarifying he was referring to a Friday night Fox News report on the Nordic country's immigration issues.
And you better believe this snafu was gobbled up by late night hosts on Monday night like a bag of Swedish fish!
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On Late Night's "A Closer Look", Seth Meyers showed a clip of a Swedish reporter saying people there were "making jokes," and pointed out how bad things are going under Trump that we're "getting roasted by Swedes."
Stephen Colbert took a much darker route on The Late Show, playing a in memoriam segment for Sweden as "the third not-a-terrorist attack" in the past month, following the Bowling Green Massacre and Atlanta. Sad!
Ch-ch-check out both clips (below) to see the cycle continue!
Apparently, the legal system does not love Chachi…
As we reported in December, Scott Baio claims he was attacked by Nancy Mack, wife of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' drummer Chad Smith, at an elementary school in Thousand Oaks, CA because of his pro-Donald Trump views.
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According to reports, Mack berated the actor with Trump's famous line: "Grab 'em by the pussy."
On Monday, the Ventura County D.A.'s office said they will NOT press charges against Nancy as they believe the incident was not that serious.
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We know, it feels like Donald Trump has already been president for YEARS, but believe it or not it's only been ONE MONTH!
In that time (as of this writing), he's signed 23 executive orders and memorandums, been sued more than 60 times, and declared war on the press.
And he's just getting started!
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We thought a timeline of Drumpf's first month in office would be a little hard to swallow all at once, so we paired it with the most appropriate spoonful of sugar we could think of.
For our first reality TV star President, we paired his
accomplishments travesties with GIFs of The Bachelor contestants crying!
Get the rundown (below):
Donald Trump seems to be totes in love with Vladimir Putin, but it looks like that love isn't being reciprocated.
While the POTUS is doodling Mr. Putin in his tiny journal, Putin is underlining key passages in The Game; his latest move is less about friendship and alliance and more about total mental domination.
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Apparently he's compiling a psychological dossier on the President to figure out how best to manipulate him. Scary, considering even Clay Aiken was able to do that!
Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Fedorov explained the unusual work to NBC News (one of Trump's many designated "enemies"), saying:
Wow!! It sounds like Judd Apatow crossed a line when dissing Donald Trump!!
During a stand-up show to promote his new HBO series in Los Angeles on Saturday night, the comedian did NOT hold back against the New York native!
Especially not for his opening.
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The Hollywood producer shared how he felt when Drumpf was elected… like "a person about to get raped, but I didn't know how bad it would be."
But then Judd went on to say that now less than a month under the new president it's so much worse:
"I feel like I've just been raped and I just don't know if I'm going to get murdered."
Whoa! Would rape survivors say the same??
He continued to follow up his controversial joke by bashing Trump through the first family as well, saying he "understands" why Melania Trump wouldn't want to move into the White House: